Lies don’t turn into truths, just because we say it, or because we repeat it enough times. Lies are lies, just as truths are truths.
We know when we tell the truth, but not everyone will care and they may lie. We need to want to care, to be truthful and to reduce how much we lie. It is the intention behind the lies that are more damaging than the lies and is a cause for concern. When we do something with wilful intent and we know it’s a lie, it’s a conversation between us and the universe.
Repetition of anything will generate very deep beliefs where we begin to believe our untruths. The mind adapts to what we tell it, it is familiar and becomes well known. It’s something others agree with, unless it makes no sense, and they stop to question.
Lies from power sectors include their own fears, their own insecurities. But however, lies are told, lies are lies. Not only will they never be accepted by the universe, but as we continue to lie, we will also continue to struggle as a consequence of the lie.
There is a famous saying, ‘there is no worse blind man than the one who doesn’t want to see.’ The issue isn’t always the lie, although that’s bad enough, the issue is the intent behind the lie. Now that’s a different story.